Blended Japanese Whisky
Tangerine and gardenia on the nose, followed by cedar, burnt sugar, and nashi pear on the palate. So quiet yet so powerful.
“Yamazakura” translates to mountain and cherry blossoms, referring to the presence and magnitude of this whisky, coupled with it’s beauty and ephemeral nature. Sasanokawa Shuzo’s sake and shochu making dates back all the way to 1710, but they only recently decided to make whisky. Their quality stands alongside Nikka and Suntory, and is a must for any diehard whisky drinker.